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Garden display raises child abuse awareness.
Child abuse awareness
Bishop Ireton production to aid Ukrainian refugees.
Aid to Ukrainian Refugees
AFD union wins vote on collective bargaining.
Food and clothing drive benefits local charities.
Lawhorne, Pepper to be honored with Rev. Ben Lynt Award.
Kemal Kurspahic dies at 74.
Kemal Kurspahic dies at 74.
Recent T.C. graduate dies at 18
Tommy Lacey was a towering figure.
Brook leads 10-0 shutout of Thunderbolts
The Alexandria Aces have advanced to the finals of the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League with a two-game sweep of the Silver Spring Thunderbolts in the semi final playoffs.
Twig donates $150,000 to Inova Alexandria
The Twig, the Junior Auxiliary of Inova Alexandria Hospital, presented a check for $150,000 to hospital president Dr. Rina Bansal and Inova Alexandria Hospital Foundation Board Chair Donald Simpson Jr. during the organization’s annual luncheon June 15 at the Potomac Riverfront home of philanthropist Joe Viar.
Final commencement for T.C. Williams High School
It was a day of celebration as the T.C. Williams High School class of 2021 bid farewell to a year of quarantines, remote learning and canceled social and athletic events during the June 12 commencement ceremony at Chinquapin Park.
The Alexandria Aces took on the Gaithersburg Giants June 8 in the opening game at Frank Mann Field, losing to their Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League rivals 10-7.
Community gardens grow in popularity.
With warmer temperatures settling in across the region, gardeners have taken to the outdoors, with community gardens growing in popularity across the city.
Civilian oversight group to begin July 1
At its public hearing on April 17, the Alexandria City Council voted unanimously to adopt an ordinance establishing a Community Policing Review Board, which will go into effect July 1.
Holocaust survivor recalls flight from ‘Warsaw Ghetto’ and occupied Poland
Sam Ponczak was just shy of two years old when Nazi Germany invaded Poland on Sept. 1, 1939.
ACPS opens student contest to design new Titan logo
The Alexandria City Public School board voted unanimously April 8 to change the name of T.C. Williams High School to Alexandria City High School.
Announces April 19 for expanded eligibility for all
President Joe Biden made a visit April 6 to a Neighborhood Health vaccination clinic at Virginia Theological Seminary, using the occasion to announce the expansion of COVID-19 vaccine eligibility.
Real Estate developer dies at 80
Alexandria native and real estate magnate Charles Hooff III, principal broker of the firm that bears his name, died Feb. 1 at the age of 80.
Redevelopment plan goes to Council Feb. 20
By unanimous 7-0 vote, the Planning Commission approved The Heritage of Old Town project, a 750-unit development in the Southwest quadrant of the Historic District of Old Town.
Residents enjoy first snow of the season
It wasn’t Snowmageddon, but when snow fell on the area Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, it was the most snow the region has seen since 2018.
Funeral home scion dies at 89
The Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home is one of the oldest businesses in Alexandria, dating back to 1849, when Benjamin Wheatley opened for business on the waterfront.